This weeks archives about about regenerative technologies compared with exosomes, loss of the flavor of coffee, telomeres in trees, and the future of the work-life balance in the age of automation.
EXOSOMES FOUNDATIONAL LECTURE #5
|In this 38-minute video, Dr. Ed Park of Recharge Biomedical explains of how heroic attempts at helping the body repair have evolved over time. From masking symptoms, generating inflammation, and then using stem cells, everything has been leading up to the simple use of exosomes, the final common pathway to successful regeneration and healing.|
EXOSOMES BLOG (July 14th, 2019)
“we don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.” Evidence-based medicine and the doctrines of standard empiricism offer a structure for analyzing medical decision making but are not sufficient to describe the more tacit processes of expert clinical judgment
Exosomes 5: Clinical Medicine is Bittersweet
Telomere Blog (Feb 24th, 2016)
This blog explains why average telomere maintenance is the best using trees that are thousands of years old
Slice of Life Blog (Oct 10, 2014)
Once the world’s richest man, Carlos Slim predicted efficiencies would make for a three day work week. With the post-Covid workforce being less enamored of wage slavery, is that really where the world is headed?